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'Index of Persons and Places: S', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 611-622. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90509 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Sabeville, Comte de, French prisoner, returning to Prance under parole, 417.

Sackville, Charles, 9th Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, quit rents contracted for by, 225.

-, Edward, 7th Earl of Dorset, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

-, Lionel Cranfield, 10th Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, grant of fee farm rents to, 225–6.

Sadler, Casibbin, tidesman, London port, 189.

-, Thomas, an Accomptant of Excise, proposed as Comptroller in Scotland, 261;

declines the office of Comptroller in Scotland, 261.

-, William, petition of, lands in co. Warwick, 95.

St. Albans, co. Hertford, 453;

deputy postmaster of. See Chapman, T.

St. Albans, Duke of. See Beauclerk, C.

St. Brest, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

St. Christopher, West Indies, address for, 24.

Bunman's Plantation in, 408.

citizens of to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Collector of. See Helden, J.;

Norwood, J.

Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty at. See Andrews, P.;

Norwood, J.

Commissioners of Inquiry into losses at, Secretary to. See Estwick, N.

distressed inhabitants of, provisions for, 274.

Governor of, appointed a Commissioner to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Hamilton, W.

Madam Brushwaa's or Madam Bruthwaa's Plantation in, 331, 401, 408.

reduction of the French part of, 401.

St. Crois, Jeremiah, tidesman, London port, 100.

St. David's, co. Pembroke, bishopric of, bishop of. See [Bull], G.;

school house and houses belonging to, repair of, 291;

temporalities, Receiver of. See Jeffreys, W.;

Lacy, R.

St. George, Sir Henry, Garter King, 308.

St. Helena, island of, 121, 122, 228.

St. Helen's, St. Hellen's, [roadstead], Isle of Wight, 340.

St. Hellen's. See St. Helen's.

St. Ishmael's, St. Ismael's, co. Pembroke, manor or lordship, 287.

St. Ives, co. Cornwall, 206.

St. James's Palace, Parish and Park, See London and Westminster—streets etc. in.

St. Jean de Luz, France, 68.

St. John, Henry (afterwards Viscount Bolingbroke), Secretary at War, 6, 12, 14, 18, 20, 28, 29, 30, 35, 37, 41, 42, 46, 47, 52, 90, 94, 96, 111, 114, 126, 130, 132, 140, 145, 155, 163, 168, 171, 176, 195, 200, 215, 221, 227, 244, 248, 279, 280, 290, 300, 301, 307, 308, 311, 326, 327, 328, 337, 339, 382, 383, 405, 408, 414, 437, 452, 457, 522, 529.

-, James, petition of, 399.

-, [Thomas], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 124.

St. Leger, Charles, fraud in making guineas, 22, 209.

St. Malo, France, 241.

St. Martin, Isaac, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

St. Meard, Pierre, ensign or lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71, 281.

St. Puy, Joseph, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

St. Sebastian. See San Sebastian.

St. Simond, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

St. Ubes, Portugal, Consul at, 194.

St. Valery, St. Valiere, France, 169.

Salamanca, Spain, 193.

Salcey, Sawsey, Forest, co. Northampton, deer, hay for, 185, 240.

foresters, 185, 240.

keepers, 185, 240.

Lieutenant of, 240.

page belonging to, 240.

Warden, Chief Forester etc. of. See Clifford, G., Earl of Cumberland;

Devereux, R., Earl of Essex;

Dudley, A., Earl of Warwick;

Dudley R., Earl of Leicester;

Hatton, Sir C.;

Montagu, G.;

Parr, W., Marquess of Northampton;

Phillips, R.;

Sackville, E., Earl of Dorset;

Stewart, L., Duke of Lennox;

Villiers, G., Duke of Buckingham;

Williams, J., Lord Williams.

woods and coppices in, lease of, 240.

Salford, co. Lancaster, wapentake, 226.

Salisbury, New Sarum, co. Wilts, assizes at, 82.

Salisbury (Salsbury), —, servant to—Harrison, bill of, 156.

-, Cha., master of the Vine, 322.

Salkeld, John, chaplain to colonel Whetham's regiment, 450;

clerk, grant of a plantation in the Caribbee Islands, 482.

Salladine, William, a supercargo, 499.

Salsbury. See Salisbury.

Saltash, co. Cornwall, 76.

Sanders, George, captain, commander of the Shoreham, 274.

-, See also Saunders.

Sanderson, [William], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

-, See also Saunderson.

Sand well, Stephen, landwaiter at Newcastle, dismissed, 132, 136.

-, Thomas, master of the Swallow, prisoner in France, redeemed, 75, 154.

Sandwich, co. Kent, Collector of. See Ball, J.;

Breton, R.;

Henley, Sir R.

Sanger, [Richard], lieutenant in the second Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

Sankey (Sankie), Nicholas, brigadier, foot regiment of, 189, 235, 294, 337.

San Sebastian, St. Sebastian, Spain, 338.

Santer, Thomas, postmaster of Preston, debt of, 225.

Santini, —, bills of, 36.

Sapp, John, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.

Sassafras, Sasafras, river. See Bahama.

Saunders, [James], lieutenant in Sir C. Shovell's Marine regiment, 153.

-, See also Sanders.

Saunderson, James, Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 251, 252.

-, William, lease of Eastcombe or Nethercombe farm near Greenwich, 160.

-, See also Sanderson.

Savage, —, letter of, 241.

-, Philip, a trustee for Edward Griffith, 84, 117.

-, Richard, Secretary to the Customs Commissioners, 364, 366.

-,-, Earl Rivers, [Commander in Chief in Spain and Portugal], 3, 19, 33, 59, 66, 69, 81, 85, 98, 104, 116, 131, 139, 173, 235, 236, 368, 383, 437;

lease of Eddisbury hundred, 129.

Savery (Savory), Thomas, Treasurer for Sick and Wounded Seamen, 7, 25, 103, 139, 233, 296, 378, 483, 529.

Saville, George, collector of Excise in Poole, bond of, 399.

Savory. See Savery.

Savoy, Duke of, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Chetwynd, J.

army of, issue for, 525.

confederate forces under, 56–7.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Chetwynd, J.;

Hill, R,;

Methuen, P.

Envoy from. See Maffey, Count.

Envoy to. See Chetwynd, J.

expedition for the assistance of, 40, 405.

extraordinary advance of 50,000l. to, 246.

letters from, 176.

men (8,000) sent to the assistance of, 56, 57, 65, 161, 219, 317, 436, 510.

payments, subsidies and bills of exchange to, 1, 16, 26, 28, 40, 41, 48, 59, 141, 160, 172, 218, 236, 269, 317, 471, 525, 529.

troops of, 40;

in the expedition to Toulon, 48, 471.

Prince Eugene of, 334;

army in Italy commanded by, 110;

confederate forces under, 56–7;

letters from, 176;

remittances for, 110.

Savoy, The, London. See London and Westminster—streets etc. in.

Sawsey. See Salcey.

Sawyer, Edward, grant of manors in co. York, 181.

Saxe Gotha [Duke of], Convention with, 179;

troops, issues for, 179.

Scarborough, co. York, 163;

boatman at. See Simpson, J.;

Southerne, T.;

castle, grant of, 181.

Scarborough, Edward, Collector of Liverpool, 188;

surety for. See Poole, D.

Scarbrough (Scarborough), Countess of. See Lumley, F.

Scawen, Sir William, 110;

attending the Treasury, 4;

clothier, army accounts, 123–5.

Schaeck (Shaak), —, brigadier, regiment of Horse, state of pay, 390.

Schellenberg, Schellenburgh, march of the Forces to, 9, 94, 115.

Schomberg (Schombergh), Frederick, Duke of Schomberg, army under at Hoylake, 305;

Field Marshal, 389.

Score, Rich., junior, employed as Collector of Penzance, 459.

Scot. See Scott.

Scotland (see also Britain, North).

Advocate. See Scotland—Lord Advocate.

African and Indian Company of, stock of, interest on, 301.

boroughs in, number of, 265.

brandies for, 498.

brewers of, differences with Excise Commissioners, 472, 477–9, 493.

burghs in, weights and measures to be sent to, 209.

Civil List, 445.

coast cocquet sent to, form of, 321.

coastshipment of foreign goods from, transire for, 259.

coasts of, wool shorn on, to be registered, 340.

coinage in, royal warrant for, 264.

coin of, reduced to English value, 301.

Committee for Private Affairs, 461.

corporations in, exact names of to be certified to the Exchequer, 266.

Council of, trial of the Pyx before, 264.

Court of Justiciary, 505–6.

Court of Session or College of Justice, 505–6.

customable goods in, queries concerning English duty on, 256–8.

Customs, Accomptant General of, 29, 248. See also Boughton, J.;

Pope, J.;

Short, J.

Agent to the Receiver of. See Eyre, C.

amount of at the Union, 301.

bonds, forms of, 27.

Book of Rates, 27.

Commissioners (W. Boyle, J. Clough, Sir R. Dixon, J. Isaacson, H. Mason, L. Norman, Sir A Rigby), 29, 253, 255, 267, 321, 344, 365, 366, 400, 506;

Commission for and salaries, 287;

Great Seal for, 259.

Comptroller General of. See Crookshank, J.

Comptroller of, 29, 248.

draft commission for, 28–9, 29, 248.

duties, method of computing, 27;

management of, 27.

establishment, conditions for admission into, 366.

Farmers of, 267.

management of, 23.

officers, instructions to, 52;

sent from England, 27;

to be appointed, 209;

to make an account of imports, 28, 248.

organisation of from 1 May 1707, papers about, 254–9, 340–1.

Receiver General of, 29, 248, 255. See also Graydon, C.

Receiver of, Agent to. See Eyre, C.

revenues, questions concerning, 208–9;

state of, 365–7.

Secretary to the Commissioners of, 29, 248, 255. See also Boughton, J.;

Carkesse, C.

Solicitor, 29, 248, 255, 366. See also Eyre, C.;

assistant to. See Dalrymple, G.

standing orders, rules and instructions, 27.

Surveyor General of, 255.

Ensigns Armorial for, 308.

Equivalent payable to. See Index of Subjects—Union.

Exchequer Bills in, public notice concerning, 42, 410.

Exchequer Court, proclamation, 255.

Exchequer Court, for revenue affairs, to be established in accordance with Article 9 of the Treaty of Union, 208–9, 254, 494.

Exchequer for the Treasury of, deputy chamberlains of, Troy weights made by, 264.

Exchequer in, constitution of, 32, 284;

persons to be added to, 29.

Exchequer of, Clerk of. See Stewart, W.;

Lords Commissioners of. See Scotland—Lords Commissioners.

Excise, amount of at the Union, 301.

Auditor of. See Tilson, G.

Clerk of the Securities. See Dowdeswell, R.

collection of, 27.

Commissioners (Sir W. Douglas, W. Douglas, J. Montgomery, D. Ross, A. Wedderburn, J. Whetham), 27, 267, 464, 477, 494;

Commission and salaries, 282.

Comptroller of. See Parsons, J.;

Sadler, T.

correspondent. See Dowdeswell, R.

draft commission for, 29.

duties, management of, 27.

management of, draft of a bill for, 492–4.

officers, ordered to from England, 273;

to be appointed for, 209;

to be sent to, 260.

organisations of from 1 May, 1707, 254, 260–2.

revenues, questions concerning, 208–9;

state of, 351, 367–8.

Secretary to the Commissioners of. See Dowdeswell, R.

Solicitor. See Dowdeswell, R.;

assistant to. See Dalrymple, G.

fisheries, money for encouraging and promoting, 301.

goods exported out of, account of demanded, 28, 248.

goods from and to, Customs difficulties concerning, 43–4.

goods imported into, account of demanded, 28, 248, 267;

orders concerning, 44.

her Majesty's servants of, memorial of, 323.

horses, importation of prohibited, 366.

imports and exports, queries concerning, 269.

indented trial pieces to be kept in the Treasury of, 264.

Justices of the Peace, 260, 472, 477–9, 493–4, 494.

land carriage to and from, Inspector of. See Wharton, R.

linens of, seizures of, 319–21.

Lord Advocate, Advocate, 366, 367, 428, 442, 472, 478, 493;

opinions by, 461, 464. See also Stewart, J.

Lord Chancellor, 29, 42, 284, 368, 410, 478;

house of, in Pall Mall, 32, 284. See also Ogilvy, J., Earl of Seafield.

Lord Provost, 472.

Lords Commissioners of Justiciary, demands on the Customs, 505–6.

Lords Commissioners of the Treasury and Exchequer of. See Douglas, A., Earl of Forfar;

Montgomery, F.

Lords of, 29, 36, 261, 321, 349, 354, 478.

Lords of Session, demands on the Customs, 505–6.

Lords of the Treasury and Exchequer, 267, 321, 368, 445, 460, 478;

Act of dated 1 April, 1687, 463.

Lord Treasurer of. See Ogilvy, J., Earl of Seafield.

malt of, duty on, 461, 494.

manufacture of coarse wool in, 301.

Measures. See Scotland—Weights.

merchandise from, queries on. 29, 253.

merchants, petition of, 51, 369–71, 415–6, 435, 495–6.

ministry of, The, 42, 410.

Mint (see also Edinburgh—Mint), 26, 32, 209, 284.

alum for, 354.

brushes for, 263–4.

clerks, instructed in English methods, 354.

coinage, Acts of Parliament for, 423;

memorials concerning, 350–1, 353–4;

royal warrant for, 264.

Counter Warden, of, 264.

dies for, 263, 264, 353, 354, 423.

engines for, 263.

General of, 266;

standard pile of troy weights to be sent to, 266.

graver of, 264, 265.

Indenture, 264.

inventory of tools for, 227, 263–4.

Master of, royal warrant directed to, 264.

money for the Equivalent received by, 353, 423.

money of, distinguishing mark for, 263, 265.

new indented trial pieces for, 263.

officers of, things desired by, 26;

to learn the practice of the Mint in England, 263.

organisation of, 254, 263–6.

puncheons for, 263, 264, 354.

re-coinage in, 492;

memorials concerning, 350–1, 353–4, 423.

reports on, 263–6.

rollers for, 263.

sizing mill for, 263.

standard Troy weights to be delivered to, 264.

steel, German, for, 263.

Warden of, 264. See also Drummond, W.

noblemen of, 32, 284.

Parliament of, 348;

Acts of, 423, 460, 461, 462, 463;

ratification of the Treaty of Union by, 488;

resolution of, 461.

Privy Council, 423, 445;

Act of, 463–4.

proclamations in, 340, 445.

re-coinage in, 492.

Revenue of, Farmers of, 366, 367;

secretary to. See Brown, —.

riding surveyors for. See Moore, —.;

Strode, —.;

Townly, E.

Salt duty in, management of, 311.

Secretary Deputy. See Nairne, Sir D.

Secretaries for, one of. See Erskine, J., Earl of Mar.

ships from, directions to, 415, 446.

ships of, entered in the general register, 488.

ships seized in, 294, 405.

ships to, from the West Indies, bonds of, 424, 428.

ships and goods from, reports and papers on, 361–4.

ships and seamen of, privileges to, 256.

shires in, number of, 265.

Solicitor in. See Dalrymple, Sir D.

subsisting troops in, 41, 53, 343–4, 347–8, 445, 446, 512.

tobacco for and landed in, 281, 346.

trade in, duties on, application of funds, 255.

trade of, interpretation of Articles 4 and 6 of the Treaty of Union concerning, 256, 257–8.

transires, 34, 35, 285, 366.

Treasury of, 255, 263;

indented trial pieces to be kept in, 263, 264;

Lords of, See Scotland —Lords;

no money in, 343, 347–8, 445:

standard Troy weights for, 264.

Union of England and. See Index of Subjects—Union.

verdicts in, against running wines etc., 428–9.

Weights and Measures, differ from those of England, 472, 477–9, 493.

for the Customs in, 365–6, 367.

sets of, for the Mint in, 263.

standards of, to be sent to, 254, 266, 300:

for the several burghs, 265–6.

to be sent to, 35.

two standard trial pieces for, 38, 342.

trial pieces for Crown Gold and of Standard silver for, 263.

wine gallon for, 266, 300.

wines from, 469.

wines imported into, 362, 363.

wines imported into England from, papers concerning, 369.

wool conveyed into, conviction for, 186.

-, See also Britain, North.

Scotland, David, a notorious fellow, evidence given by, 105.

Scott (Scot), —, husband of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 511.

-, Ann, widow of James, Duke of Monmouth, Duchess of Buccleuch suo jure, annuity or pension to, 63, 165, 377, 420, 507.

-, Hen., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Stephen, officer for the Navigation Act Duty, 80.

-, Tho., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Scravemore, Scravenmore. See Duyn.

Scudamore, —, bills of exchange, 131, 443, 481.

Seabrook, Thomas, a Moneyer of the Mint, 354 bis.

Seafield, Earl of. See Ogilvy, J.

Seaford, co. Sussex, 224, 397.

Seagry, co. Wilts, 469.

Sedley, Catherine, Countess of Dorchester, annuity or pension to, 93, 171, 314–5.

Sefton, John, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Buckingham, 101.

Seignorett, —, et al., fines set on, 78.

Selwyn, [William], colonel or brigadier, arrival of in Jamaica, 327;

[foot] regiment of, 124.

Senhouse, Andr., loan by to the garrison of Gibraltar, 121.

Sergeant (Serjeant), John, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Sergison, [Charles], [Clerk of the Navy Acts], 7.

Serjeant. See Sergeant.

Serle, —, Mrs., affairs of, 334.

Settle, co. Westmorland [co. York], Excise riding collector of. See Jesson, R.

Seymour, Charles, 11th Duke of Somerset, Master of the Horse, 41;

issues to for the Stables, 18, 174, 416.

-, Edward, Clerk or Keeper of the Hanaper, 374.

-, Sir Edward, late Treasurer of the Navy, accounts, 33, 78–9, 276, 337, 409, 475.

-, Elizabeth, Duchess of Somerset, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 61.

-, [William], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 388;

agent to. See Acton, J.;

major general, marine regiment of, 108, 283.

Shaak. See Schaeck.

Shalbourne, Shalbourn, co. Wilts, 486.

Shales, Charles, goldsmith, stay of process on his father's accounts, 180, 359.

-, [Henry], Auditor, 305.

-, Henry, house in Brewers Yard, 112.

-, John, father of Charles, late Commissary General of provisions, Ireland, 180, 359;

late Commissary General for Victualling the Army at Hoylake, 305.

-, Robert, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. York, 329, 467.

Shanks, Edward, clerk, going to Jamaica as chaplain, passage money, 170.

Shannon, Lord. See Boyle, R.

Shapman, Samuel, captain of the White-bear, petition of, 168.

Sharp, John, of Fowey, merchant, petition of, 196.

-, Joshua, Stationer to the Customs, 99.

Sharpe, Samuel, tidesman, London port, 347.

-, William, Lieutenant Governor of Barbados, salary, 504.

-,-, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Cornwall, 101.

Sharrok, Nicholas, journey to London from Plymouth, expenses of, 66.

Shaw, Sir John, Prizage of Wines, 69.

-,-, of Greenock, ship seized by, 498.

-, Moses, tidesman in Weymouth, 382;

waiter and searcher at Abbotsbury, 382.

Sheffield, co. York, Excise first riding collector of. See Broothby, W.;

Excise officer at. See Pollard, W.

Shelburne, Lord. See Petty, H.

Shepheard. See Shepherd.

Shepherd (Shepheard, Sheppard), —, bonds of the East India Companies, 49.

-, -, and partners, goldsmiths, 279.

-, Peter, landsearcher, Newcastle, 100.

-, Richard, clerk, going to Virginia as chaplain, passage money, 186.

-, -, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed for fraud, 136.

-, Sam., loans to the Emperor of Germany, 110.

-, Samuel, lease of lands etc., in Seagry, 469.

-, -, junior, of London, merchant, bills for victualling, 499.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 237.

Sherlock, William, D.D., late Master of the Temple, salary, 306, 380.

Shestock. See Shustoke.

Shetland [Islands], Customs establishment at, 487.

Shields. See Newcastle.

Shields, North, co. Durham [co. Northumberland], Excise riding collector of. See Weightman, C.

Shippen, William, information against, 316.

Shipton, co. Westmorland [co. York], Excise collector at. See Smails, C.

Shirley, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, city of London, salary, 100.

Shoreditch, Richard, an Agent for Taxes, 73, 152, 227, 318, 341, 464.

Shoreham, co. Sussex, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Stow, D.;

boatman at. See Dawson, J.;

Foster, J.

Short, John, Accountant General of the Customs, Scotland, 259, 314.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, 268;

bills drawn on the order of, 43, 50, 443, 481;

Marine regiment under, 153, 287;

fleet under, 242, 425;

Admiral of the fleet in the Mediterranean, 443.

Shrimpton, [John], general or major general, subsisting prisoners taken at Almanza, 42, 43, 427, 448, 466.

Shropshire, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Hosier, G.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Davies, T.;

Hall, G.

Shustoke, Shestock, co. Warwick, 95.

Shuter, John. See Jones, J.

Sidney, [Hon. Henry], colonel, regiment of foot, state of pay, 385, 387.

Silver, John, searcher of Bridgwater port, 444.

-, Thomas, searcher of Bridgwater port, deceased, 444.

-,-, Master Gunner of England, 62.

Silvester, John, clerk to the Treasurer of the Navy, 292.

Simmonds, Richard, tidesman, London port, 116.

Simpson, James, gunner of the Worcester, executed, compensation for the life of, 405, 406.

-, John, boatman, Scarborough and Whitby, 74.

-, William, boatman, Newcastle, dismissed, 100.

Sinclair, Robert, [master of the Industry], 498.

Singleton, —, refuses to state an account, 223.

Skenfrith, co. Monmouth, 226.

Skinner (Skynner), John, deputy Queen's waiter, London port, 117, 126.

-, Thomas, composition for a fine, 245.

-, Vincent, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

Skipworth, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Prizes, 495.

Slane, Lord. See Fleming, C.

Sleford, Thomas, place as Agent to the Commissioners for Trade, 453.

Slingelandt (Slingeland, Slingerland), [Simon van], Secretary to the Council of the States General, 66, 76.

Sloper, —, 39.

Slyne with Hest, Slyne, co. Lancaster, 226.

Smails, Christopher, Excise collector at Shipton, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Smethyn (Smithyn), Samuel, her Majesty's Goldsmith, 218, 508.

Smith, —, additional rooms to his lodge at Bolderwood, 175.

-, Ann, a Maid of Honour, 61.

-, Benjamin, tidesman, London port, 492;

deceased, 480.

-, Bernard, organ builder, payment to, 333.

-, Edmund, information by, 322.

-, James, Agent for Prizes on board a fleet, 242.

-,-, master of the Mary, 415.

-,-, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, John, a Deputy Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, Customs fees, 74:

joining tallies, 60, 64, 276, 468, 508.

-, alias Thompson, John, fined for shipping wool, 458.

-,-, late merchant of Bideford, Customs debts, 135.

-,-, Speaker of the House of Commons, 82, 170, 274, 485.

-, Mark, lieutenant in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half pay for, 221.

-, Nicho., gent., lease of Windmill Field, 442.

-, Obed., Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Northampton, 101.

-, Richard, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Berks., 322.

-,-, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed, 136.

-, Samuel, one of the children of the Chapel Royal, 245.

-, Thomas, her Maiesty's Proctor, 243.

-,-, housekeeper to the House of Commons, 276.

-, William, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 80, 376, 508.

Smithyn. See Smethyn.

Snart, John, founder, preparing standard weights, 266.

Sneaton, John, master of the John's Adventure, 214.

Snelling, Thomas, sheriff of Kent, 305.

Sneyd. John, a surety of T. Spendelow, 199.

Soames, [Edmund], regiment of, 116.

Sohnius. See Sonniers.

Solicofre. See Zollicoffre.

Solmes, Count, Commander in Chief in Ireland, 389.

Somers, John, Baron Somers, 405.

Somerset, county of, Auditor of Crown Revenues in. See Jett, T.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1704 and 1707. See Dixon, G.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Dixon, G., Malet, [B.].

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Baker, R.;

Pembridge, C.

Somerset, Duchess of. See Seymour, Elizabeth.

-, Duke of. See Seymour, C.

Somerset House. See London and Westminster—streets etc. in.

Sonniers (Sohnius), —, deputy to J. van der Esch, 384, 387, 389.

Sorbiere, Theophilus, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Soulden (Souldon), Gabriel, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Kinsale, payment to, 421;

payment to, 90, 131;

goods for regiments in Ireland, 116.

Sound, The, 80.

South Seas, The, ships fitting out for, 241.

Southam, co. Warwick, 183.

Southampton, county of, Auditor of Crown Revenues in. See Jett, T.

Excise collector in. See Rose, W. de la.

late Receiver of Taxes. See Cobb, T.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Austin, T.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Warlow, W.

Southampton, co. Southampton, 347;

Collector of. See Cardonnell, A. de;

Medcalfe, F.

Southampton, Duke of. See Fitzroy, C.

Southcrook. See Aber Menai.

Southele. See Southwell.

Southerne, Thomas, boatman, Scarborough, 74.

Southwark, co. Surrey, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Weston, J.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Catcut, A.;

Waller, W.

Southwell, co. Nottingham, schoolmaster of, perpetuity for, 166.

Southwell (Southele), Edward, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 62, 164, 376, 418, 507;

[Principal Secretary of State in Ireland], 131.

-, [Thomas], [foot] regiment of, 81, 360, 448.

Southwick, Peter, Customer of Lyme Regis, 116.

Spain, 371.

army in under Earl of Galway, 368.

battalion of Guards in, 465.

bills for the service of, 7.

brandy of, 231.

clothes etc. to be sent to, 46, 47.

correspondence from America transmitted through England, 432.

Court of Admiralty, 254.

deputy commissary of musters in. See Pitt, J.

deputy paymaster in. See Mead, J.;

Morris, T.

expedition to in 1702, 339.

forces or troops in, 6, 7, 14, 15, 19, 26, 34, 35, 43, 54, 88, 94, 103, 161, 173, 235, 236, 250, 269, 270, 293, 294, 300, 310, 315, 317, 322, 324, 360, 361, 378, 379, 380, 427, 436, 437, 448, 452, 466, 467, 470, 480, 484, 490, 524, 528.

forces in under the Earl of Peterborough, deputy paymaster of. See Vincent, H.

Guards in, 286.

General and Commander in Chief in. See Ruvigny, H. M. de, Earl of Galway.

King of (Charles III), 103, 200, 432.

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Mordaunt, C, Earl of Peterborough;

Stanhope, J.

arms etc. for, 34, 297, 311, 317.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Crow, M.;

Stanhope, J.

Envoy or Envoy Extraordinary from. See Fuen Calada, Count de.

express to, 375.

forces for, 1.

forces of, 111.

issues and payments to, 16, 34, 55, 172, 361.

pacquets to, 65, 334.

Plenipotentiary to. See Stanhope, J.

Secretary to. See Zinzerling, Count.

subsidy for, account of demanded, 7.

support of, 150,000l. for, application of, 425, 528;

issues out of, 317, 361.

troops of, pay for, 528;

remittance for, 16.

medicines for the forces in, 227.

merchants trading to, petition of, 337, 345–6.

monarchy of, recovery of, issues for, 4, 170, 525.

money sent out of, account of demanded, 522.

officers lately arrived from, 361.

Palatine troops transported from Italy to, 51, 491.

recruits for, 132.

regiments in, going to and transported from, 163, 189, 207, 213, 235, 294, 349, 360.

remittance made to, 15.

silk from, 4.

Spaniard, the, given 20l. to go into, 532.

Spaniards, two regiments of, provision for, 139.

specie sent to from Portugal, 3.

successes in, prosecution of, allocation for, 69, 85, 87, 88, 99, 116, 126, 131, 143, 172, 297.

trade with, opening of, 504–5.

troops transported to from Italy, 491.

war in, the, 3, 87.

woollen manufactures sent to, 504–5.

Spalding, co. Lincoln, 271.

Sparkes, William, labourer in a wood-yard at Lambeth, petition of, 491.

Sparrow, Sir John, lease of the office of bailiff of Hinckford and Barstable hundreds, 138.

Speering, Daniel, rebuilding Porchester church, 114.

Spell Sand. See Spile Sand.

Spelthorne, co. Middlesex, hundred of, assessments, 90.

Spence, John, master of the John of Leith, 415.

Spencer, Ann, Countess of Sunderland, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 61, 161;

gift of plate on the christening of her child, 157.

-, Charles, Earl of Sunderland, Secretary of State [for the South], 19, 55, 157, 186, 268, 300, 409, 411, 439, 500:

allowance of plate to, 126.

annuity to, 117.

fees or salary to, 222, 341, 464.

letters patent of appointment, 117, 365.

secret service issues to, 132, 185, 198, 324, 443, 515.

-, Edward, tidesman at Liverpool, drowned, 480.

-, John, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.

-, William, prosecuting counterfeiters, 97.

Spendelow, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Stafford, 199.

Spile Sand, Spell Sand, [Thames estuary], 168.

Spithead, co. Southampton, 383, 449.

Spotland, co. Lancaster, 300.

Springet, Antho, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Sussex, 184.

Sproston, John, tidesman, Newcastle port, 136.

Spurn Point, river Humber, 226;

lights, 444.

Spurr, —, smith, widow of, payment to, 253.

Stacey, Richard, master bricklayer to the Works, 64.

Stafford, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Bayley, S.;

Receiver General of Taxes. See Spendelow, T.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Corbet, E.;

Yapp, J.

Stainer, Sir Samuel, sheriff of London, payment to, 446.

Stainton. See Roch Pwll.

Stainwix. See Stanwix.

Stamford, Earl of. See Grey, T.

Stanborough, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Quash, J.

Standley. See Stanley.

Standridge, Robert, Customs riding officer at Filey, 312.

Stanhope, —, letters to, 193.

-, Alexander, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General and Plenipotentiary for negotiating several affairs, 68, 162, 304, 413.

-,-, pension for, 329.

-, [James], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 178, 179.

-, James, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Spain, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Spain, 98, 305, 476;

Plenipotentiary to the King of Spain, 126, 476.

-, Mary or Margret, a Maid of Honour, 61, 332.

Stanley (Standley), James, 19th Earl of Derby, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 511.

-, Sir John, Warden of the Mint, 22, 97, 209, 263, 264, 266, 492.

Stanwix (Stainwix), Thomas, colonel, foot regiment of, 189, 235, 294, 337, 450.

Stanyan, Abraham, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 68, 161, 304, 400, 475.

-, Laurence, a Farmer of the Revenue in Ireland, 171.

Stanyhurst, —, Mrs., 11.

Stapleton, co. Gloucester, 155.

Stapleton. (Stapylton), Robert, lieutenant, Queen's Own Regiment of Horse, to be Second Major of Chelsea Hospital, 295.

Starcross. See Exeter.

Statenford [? Stapleford], co. Wilts, 226.

States General. See Holland.

States of the United Netherlands. See Holland—States.

Stebonheath. See Stepney.

Steele, Anthony, petition of, 186.

Steenbock (Stenbock), —, colonel, regiment of Horse, 386, 390.

Stephen, Henry, stewardship of the Honor of Ewelme, 280.

Stephens, —, petition of, 414.

-, [Charles], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

-, Hen., Deputy [Queen's] Remembrancer, 514.

-, Peter, petition of, Prize wines, 358.

Stepney, Stebonheath, co. Middlesex, poor of, royal bounty for, 67.

Stepney, George, a Commissioner of Trade, 60, 372, 507.

-,-, Envoy Extraordinary to the States General, 106, 112, 481.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Hague, 211.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany, 68, 162, 252, 304, 413.

Plenipotentiary in negotiations with other Princes and States, 106.

Sterne, Francis, of Loughton, Receiver of arrears of duties on Houses and on Marriages, co. Essex, 192.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Steward. See Stewart.

Stewart (Steuart, Steward, Stuart), —, employment in Ireland, 531.

-,-, petition of the merchants of Scotland, 416.

-, David, collector of the fund appointed for the re-coinage in Scotland, 423.

-, Gilbert, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Ja., her Majesty's Advocate of Scotland, 461, 464.

-, James, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, Ludovic, 2nd Duke of Lennox, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

-, Wal., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, William, 2nd Baron Stewart and 2nd Viscount Mountjoy, foot regiment of, 22, 448.

-,-, Clerk of the Exchequer of Scotland, depositions certified by, 363.

-,-, colonel or major general, [foot] regiment of, 22, 73, 123, 125, 448.

Steynton. See Roch Pwll.

Stirling, co. Stirling, 368.

Stockdale, Cha., Excise riding collector of Morpeth, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, Christopher, a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 251, 252, 300.

Stone, John, distributor of stamped paper, vellum and parchment in the city of York, 213.

Stonehouse. See Plymouth port.

Storey, George Waiter [Walter], dean of Limerick, petition of, 210.

Story, Samuel, deputy comptroller of Excise, 262,

Stourbridge, co. Worcester, fair, licences for retailing wines in, 134.

Stow, Daniel, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Shoreham, payment to, 421.

Strachan, Alexr., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Straham. See Strahan.

Strahan (Straham), George, bookseller, prosecuted for publishing the libel entitled “the Memorial of the Church of England,” 316.

Straits, The, 339.

Stranraer, co. Wigtown, riding officer of. See Dundas, P.;

Langrish, C.

Stratford, Francis, tin consigned to, 57.

Streate. See Street.

Street (Streate), Leonard, deputy to a Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 300.

Strickland, Thomas, effects of R. Taylor, 335.

Stringman, Daniel, of the Worcester, compensation to, 407.

Strode, —, kinsman to [R.] Eyre, proposed as a riding surveyor, 367.

Strother, Margaret, Mrs., royal bounty for, 43, 526.

Stuart. See Stewart.

Stucley, John, examining abuses of pacquet boats, 508.

Studholme, Michael, captain, Keeper or Surveyor of her Majesty's Roads, 42, 63, 151, 176, 252, 374, 414, 435, 499.

Sturt, —, an engraver of plates for Exchequer Bills, 21.

-, Anthony, late cashier of the Victualling, 180, 347.

Suazo, Baron, bills drawn on, 65.

-, Estevan de, [master] of the Vigilant, 294.

Suffolk, county of, contract for Wine licences in, 74;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Pacey, S.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Morris, H.;

Palmer, W.

-,-, See also Massachusetts Bay.

Suffolk, Earl of. See Howard, H.

Suggat, John. master of the Patience, 415.

Sunderland, co. Durham, boatman at. See Aycock, W.;

Potts, M.;

ships laden at, duty on, 242, 451.

Sunderland, Countess of. See Spencer, Ann.

-, Earl of. See Spencer, C.

Sunders, Richard, declines place as tides-man in Lynn port, 189.

Surrey, county of, collectors of Taxes in, report concerning, 51, 471, 491, 494–5.

collector of Excise in. See Whetham, J.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Weston, J.

Receiver General of duties on Houses. See Child, L.;

Nuthall, J.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Burchett, R.;

Catcut, A.;

Fisher, J.;

Waller, W.

-,-, See also Virginia.

Surridge, —, an imprest seaman, 200.

Sus (Suz). See Fez.

Sussex, county of, coast of, French silks landed on, 245;

guard of, riding officers for, 340;

ship cast away on, 200;

wool shorn on to be registered, 340.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Dee, J.;

Springet, A.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Bill, H.;

Walford, H.

Sutherland, Kenneth, 3rd Lord Duffus, payment to, 43.

-, Robert, master of the Jannet, 415.

Sutton, —, lieutenant colonel, 531.

-, Alexander, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, Robert, of Newcastle, merchant, petition of, 474.

Suz. See Sus.

Swabia, The Circle of, subsidy for and treaty with, 77, 178, 180.

Swalwell, John, lease of a messuage in Haswell, 192.

Swansea, co. Glamorgan, waiter and searcher at. See Williams, C.;

Williams, N.

Sweden, Swedland, copper imported from, 482.

King of, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Robinson, J.;

army of, volunteer in. See Jeffreys, J.;

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Robinson, J.

markets of, French wine not a proper commodity for, 345–6.

Minister of, 346.

Swede's Court. See Chelsea.

Swedland. See Sweden.

Sweet, Benjamin, deputy paymaster at Amsterdam of the Forces in the Netherlands, 6, 57, 77, 96, 99, 310.

Swinborne. John, waiter and searcher at Allonby, 237,

Swiss Cantons, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, A.;

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Stanyan, A.

Sychnant. See Maentwrog.

Symes, L'Estrange, Comptroller of the Revels, 59–60.

Syms, John, captain in colonel Whetham's regiment, petition of, 426, 450.